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Hfi[pwni
HE BEC01IRG OUROLY,
Kms
Favorable Reports From
Ui* $d&t of Distur
bance
Tfea Mskint Committing Daprada-
lout it Fin« Ridga aril '.
Standing Hook,
Hvdars Oamp^M te
!*va Tbair Livid—Troapi
Owbisd.
dkuaawh Daa. «.—At tmr kMMcvaMMti
thfe morning orddr* were given tbat
pW
il Tbvr lndM'*»e tb»i
iRI
Iran.
1
v.of t!»«' Indian*, wb» r«fu»®d to
,*«*«* itM- H.»« tn*d y In rf-po»»»#
«, the kK«ut'~ to**®»t«rtrd westward
toward cbit buown 'br "bad l«ind».
In Mielr »m»iip«4© tbujr bav«« :"o®»n»ltt««il
ijtynilll kin« OQ fitW*" ®Od 4W("ii» of
frtrndlr IndUat who went l*U Uk- *K*acy
fn Hruokn hl» U/tnmm
t%oa W not ttHww hi* own «no«tA. Hi*
fttltor lnfornikt io* ikih
a a n K n n o U i i i
tbe «»ub)*«',t »f etmnultatlmi b»tw»»»» "•W"
tmt y I'n* «.r and T?«oi- *rtjn«rtd nftrt
Tb#» latt«» b»» anktMl Cimt K*li«#«5d tbat *d
illttMkl tronp* j»l»«"«*d at bl» ftwuninrt.
11 tif»d«trwiiKMi hi« rw|«»m»t w»
!iifan!iy T»i« d»t»rtnt««it *HI w*o b»**»
t»r«f tuHiIrt of at lt« dUpimal in th«
r«fiou wlwre tb« »MrlM»l«tlt 1»diMl« mm
Kaik«f«l.
i S*-.
*1!
e»-
y|0} r« ahould r«iu»ln tt tbelr d»*«k* unlaw
*pacl»i Lea. vc waa grantad. Luipuriaul tala
grtui* ware received from the Indian
coon try, but Gen Wllllttn* ffuxd to ra
fMi thalr 'tiuMpU until Om.
Mil** arrtyaw from Washington. Th#
•ItaatMNI fcl fagarded a* critical. Ow.
Brooke UW'ip^*: "A number of Rn«*
hud Indian*. with *taf from Pint* Ridge
•|ftt and auma ftoiit Lu*« tonlr »sd
ritaadin* Koi-k agencies to tbe number of
SW. ar* gathered uii the White river ai»ra
tha mouth of the Wouadad Knee, ami tb#y
ara e v dr-ttufii itmm. Uiim l» •ipiftid 16
hare to-morruw.
Trwap* Or4*w** UM Mad la—
W*#B»*«JTOa, Ktac. *,~Oan. Mlb» l»
caaaultatloa wltb tk* war dwpartiaaat of
•cteu lhit morning la rw*ard to the lataat
ehui' in lk« ladlkh altnatloa. The action
of |Ih »ktui S. going to the had land* I* re
gardad with i-oncem »m) the ouk'Ouit* la
watcoed with lartaraat. A diapati*
rteMved tbK morning tndfteatao tIm»
situation otherwise prartlcallj uit-
Four rompuntui of i"»*»lrjf
wrru ordrml front Fort i^Mi «n worth to the
*eat «»f the threatened tr»ubl« and are n*m
on tbelr way. They »w aelected front thr
PlnM. ftecond. F^fth and Ninth regiment*.
An order »m alao aant tJba InUutrj-,
•UtiMid on Ihf P»cHk owiat.. tb*« Fifth
I »tlwm o(4itlcMrit In »I*4 til®
!inrralh r*vlt»Mni »t Owt*. to hoid tbeni
n»dtiuMit Ut »l*rt »r tb^ Indian
•t mnmPttV* n*!?*•.
W*l!
WAaMimrro*. I '^Hh|f W*n
A«t»ui lt* ll i.»-Uajr v»«l Vtter fiom
Cmmu* A(m( »t Hides
aifnc) njijrtaie ihw U no «ulf*rli»n I bet*
«moni tb«* Indt*n« fur wmmt of iaed. He
tiw n«*iiMl»iWw «ol to
nuus«r
Tfc« MMI umwi in o*a**»Mn«.
%, Uh ii. t,- A •I^isl from tl»tkrl»,
«*y« «h #'r»*- Ss fotly
.« tbA fsdtsit f« rr»wr. Th- rb«#ii.«s
•%rnpwb«i«*, Ml*uuri i"d #fwliKj|#
irilMH »r* «K»tliy unrolv Tb» KJ. Wup.io
tribe, wbirh »lw»)r« b»»
Hu^nuillou^ »rr d«»*cl»«. A nutnbor
to' !t«i RorW. f'bfmfew *trlp. to
with th II»»d IfcMMrw Word
mm- r*»*tv«d b#r« »«*t "Urbi fn»«» tWN'*
«tH) »«««t h#t the
Mild *Hi to
|«iv«i itroMH of tbr ti»en*flB|t »ttltudf
of lb• Indian*- Tbbi ..hiuIwI tf
trupn r«mld l* bud, lb** tritw* *i*
Imwnlng ftiimmt rrmty »u tb«* %h*mt lUM
Ttt*' U# ri*wiW»
fTMHiKUTttii. liti' rfpnfU rr
«^|vmS thr w*r arp*rtii»e»a frofu tbr lo
of tbc lbrpit«iiiHl indlnn ttn»tlltth»
mufb f»*t»r« bl« Ui»n for *w*«*r»»l
Tbo Xlxib ca«-»lry l» m* H»
«ay to tb« mG&ue.
(hm JUliv* npi'fit balf in Iwir with tbv
aeetwtary erf tb# l»tert.»r y8*lrrd*y »ft^r
»*,«. «1tva,»4n* thr Indtun «H«*tio« Afwr
lra»lny tbr %.v/ol«r|r »*r. b* told rep*
M^ntntirn of H» A«wwi»t-«d lb*t
tb«* Hioui noi-rfc ®*fflt«d. and tb»t
mit ima k He hi» re
tb« »«ttt»tUo »**d b«
ttack &>%»•*!«"
n«a »t
•if. PAtri- Iter. 3.—Tb* Ffcwfrj
»«. tb« PU««
«««9lk» tb»t Jotei llwyw. cbtef b« rd«r of
b»trd*, in »bnw bsr*e
«»re c»ttt« for um Im «H In« raitoiw to
h* a«
•i
Indian^. b»* eo»»i»ell«d to W«*p
.onatant suard. and b* and alt tat*
t»»rd«r* b»4 to l»«vm to tb«-»i lh #*.
H«-rd «f 3.0M bead tb* Indian*
,rttnl all. kUlltiR •a* i«u«Md»-
ut«
am aad drfrlng tita rnualn
ti«r Into tbe b«d J»nd« for future
!cou«ot»ptlo«i. Tbert* will tt»«i"*f«»r*\ b«« »o
fc
»*tt|p for ratlo*« for tbo Indian* w-fsek,
iwwoy t«i r»- c»ltl« t»loe*i»»« t« tb« K»»#
t»ad ftRwerht** b«M»n *a|Hur«Kt by iba
India"* Cbh»f Ka*t Tbuador r«a'bad tb*
%s»tter la«t nlirhf and r»»pori" that h«ji* I»
Olan- ure bradtnl M.ward ibr bad land*.
*i*rw»U»f r«i«orU mm Kifc«»l»»d ,at tb«
lato la« n If lit tb^ d»p»»d»
ttoo*'of til.: hwtttM. sti»al tr» »«rtb »f
vbf «ps*ro»cl, -f
*m Four imm oat
4»iac« Friday «»orwln*

t«ia* a**»* %litod.
fearad t*Mf
mmm at atons
9ai.i*. !»., Inv 2.--»ao«r ba«au
falling dating tbe night, and at «uioa o%er
»U l»cb»*. the level, had fell, and "till
y,, wind: weather quit# wintry
atftowlax
f«sTIW«*MMl III
'Mtarrni.
out weal bMb*
thoasand workaiea
jjjfcjywent
Mftlkara
i ««M
Tb (reat »boa b»ck
Ub atoratas- Two
tire theowu out of ««t-
law*. «.~chMrhN •. U»*
pf4Htid*ut of the Alt#. PiiMMlM
•I. diwd u»-day of pMuaaonta.
A t^ftata la arart?
Sto or ixatao. I»ac. l*a
MaarbM crt«i- hew.
OVER THE RIVEH,
nlasa la C«rl»|Ki
M#b,« Ibc. «•—1: In
tb«* eatS«-a^-«nt*h-caa wrmtlar maieb be
woott Huh Maofflii, of luirtwi. and Prof.
icuir, tlw X'ictor wax ranlly ran^ulabad,
%l.*tiofBn winning two liwat «nrt of tbrr»', wlUi
4.»«f fM|| ilrcldtKily In bis favor, but dr
rlar^d a draw by the wfrw. Whll« walt
|mk for the principal oimt^atant* to appt*ai
|Ue crowd^were oatanaiiwd bjr aoaxriitf »1U»
torn* by aaiatnur* Mid (Mton
4laM by local talent.
At MwwUi meat fib.
tfatrm Hiol' i rtrv. Dec 2.—Hptetat: Mr.
^wltb l«t bavluK a »ta«*» and tceuery put te
fh« opera boiMM An artl«t from Moax City
lh owployed to do tbe work.
J. M. Moan b» expeetad to return from
Chicago to-day.
Tbe foundation for tbe Short Um mnnd
houw baa been atakod out,
bt»n Ktoater la bow d«l HN
Heath.
A ditae «upper for tbe bentsflt of one of
the mtaday d'buoN will be bold at the rral
d«*ncf of Mr*. low in tNovlngton Thursday
of tiIN week.
On day nlvkt Ute. It, thaw WW ba a
beid In Mtm* Oilf. Tl»
fratlrini baling t^e matter III (*W«»
aie«ore a «o«t pleaaaraWe evening*
Coatratrtor Burto. ba« com plated hi*
trat of it null it for tb«* ^bori Lln«* perma
nent tra*k* In M.*l/t»an City H«» i* a»w en
(tlH la aicavattsK for foundttlwe Cor
lmUdiarf«
I«fltora Maw* Matea.
United State* and north of It will occur Mow
a&ortu* and ''llttani" *'lh u v^ raUia lu tbi
Mnttbern *tate*. Very cold wealMT wilt
oeeur lu tbe extrtwo*' northweat.
nrrv-niiaT cono»ib»».
ratttt4HM a»d rommuibrtbw
K»eetvwl In Mi« »M«ate.
Wammikoto*. IH-. AntonK tfc*
munlcatlon* and petition* preaantod and
referred wi-rr ni»men»«»»t petition* for amend
n«wit to tbe tariff »!ll for tin rel.at. on
HUmufactored toia
a*«r.
f»«nhyl*a*ia.
tlibma of cltlseua of Pennsylvania In favor
of tb* aHvidii*ei«t to the McKlnlay bill
®lbwins a r-b* u- br»»k«i jmckagen ui
aatokmg toiMM'co and «»«fl Mef. rred.
aOMETHiNt/ ABOUT AIN8.
•MMH MmTtmmm ifc*»kafa
t.»«ae Oaaa «haa
fcoi a tiate it win siii»|ja»a«d that
(Ik ralbtiv' weight of
,,r*'n-
-^Wt^pf::
Mr V. H.
UMau. la.. Dae. 3.--Hpaelal:
Bart wewt to ftibiey Haturday tm
Judfjt I,add arrived i*unday evening fro®
HfcHdo*. IMatrlet court a^enad bare Mem
day mornlnK.
Mini, (.rait* f. Tn-at ban r. tunud ftum a
Tblt to brr bnrtber at O'Neill. Neb.
Tbe city *o«ia*ti ia"% la«l Might in rtftltf
MMHlmi City Welgber Ifaerllng f»
exivtsi from the removal t» take af
fect Jan I, I§01- Ills »uo*t9%«*w h«M pot
be«'H appointed.
Alderman Job* IMUIUI ntttoHoai Vttfr
thl* morn lux to spend tbe week rtaitinf
frlendw and u attend wa4lttg wblcb U*
hoy* think i* bU own.
Tbf attorney* for tbe f'hlcaifo, #t, Paul.
MtnneapolU A (Hnaba and th« iillaol* (An
tral ri»dt wrr«- In the city ye*t«*rday Tbey
want to 2*Iouk rtty l»«t evenluu
l4i*t Friday nigbt tbe boy In cbarte of
the old K of I* ball put kewmeneon the ire
in tit** Move No damage doae, but a broke*
itavt- and a acared k»d.
Hon l(. Jarvl* ha-, returned front Rag*
Sa ww forwrljr ran
14ft of ttb
eilf.
DECEMBER WEATHER.
fraf. W. T.
»eaaet M««tb MM! Vewr.
Mr. JHbaim. Mo ?.-M) pcwdktb»e
of plea*ant weather after tbe ?forrniba*
itt»rth»e*tarti mw* niornt and bliMard were
fully verified, and with tbe esra*ptioM of
Va vm and Wtror h# iW**r dl*4tir»ane*w».
I a very plea-^ini Ibwewib«»r, followed
t»w a wint«r of very mw.-b low mev^rity iban
Ibe average. I ba*i* been making raien
latkrto. of next year n «-rot» eeatbrr. and
ind thai the rainfall will reach wort' ele
v*i8-d regbHiM. and therefore countrlen like
T« k*» near lh» mm level will hav, tnuab
iewt rain while elevated countries like tbe
l»»kot«M will hav. an Increaae rainfall
Tbl* will he favorable He*t««rn Ka«-a*
and Nebraska. Xorthwestern Twxaa. Hotitb
wi«tern ('^dorado and a more even dldrl
tmtiou in tb« Atlanllt M»t*.
A atortn ware waa due to leave, the Pa
«*iac «i»a*t alMMtt tlw Wtb, c«a»a the Mtaab*
tppi frtvn flth to Doc. I and reach tbe At
lantic »lam I the 3d. Hut tbe notable »t"cw
of tin* Immediate future will be tbat due to
les%*«* th« F*.*ll» coa»t alwul lx«*. 4. cr«»*
tbe grant midway valley from tbe Mb to tbe
?th and reach tbe Atlanti. r-..a*t alaiut tbe
atb. Tlii* will be very llerce #torn» and
will t* accompanied by a great van* tv of
weather A* It utovn» eaitward It will prob
ably pa im through the niltfdle tart of tbe
rtin
parad with the body. graawr In matt
than In anv of tbe lower an una!#, b«»,
ala« for i»oor buaiau natur* U
knowtt iltai luffl' of tk* wnaller Mouth
Atoerlcau luowkey* hav#, pn»i»ortl«nally.
a larger afcare of btalit *ban our noble
!*«lve». On the other band, however, man
aawicw tabaolutel) more w-tfiii In bin
cranium than any other athlnf cr«a
i«r« except the elephant and the whale.
As a rule, the human brain iitcr. a*e»
la specific fravlty up to the "J
twenty rtHt aar aad from the *a«e of
aiacretiot.- UII th« fortteth e»r .»a«aMy
wwain- in Wbtti quo Klu fort), the
n
Kraaar
Mat ca*«*« baulM to wjll*
to dttcreaae in \olun»a mt*re
We grow older, and In thoa*
happy enough to reach the
-»cc«»tid ihiidiabuoaa
ftryan i
eootlnu^a
rapidly
who atf tt»i
aa vent It •taf
and mere oblivion" thai* U nothing of U
tell wof^h ta«-ntlninf.
A. a pr«Htf that the weight of
capital!. ata«* detcrtnin« a
abb* extern the amount
no- tie r-
of iniall^ctual
that when tbe
arer It. may be *tai»»d
ia lea# than t'.ilrtv-two mmr*-*
forty nine for tb*- all'' 'offf
foor for the female bra In *re avar
»fe Idlory or partial lmb clltlj
rarlabh arHafiaul«a lha defect The
on raeord
•*aviea' bratn on r»e«rd i- tML.'
Oh vlei, th* great oataraHat^ W
wnlgbad *l*ty-fonr
Thk rapldHy wll.lt Wltlefc a it»wk
y»v other bird* oflMiOiiall? t| I*
jMmhabl ttot iaaa ^hau at A»* r*la of 140
an boar, wfcaa t4tk* ptur*—d ,af
^Mrmt«f.
-0
MADISON,tfOLTH DAKOTA
HE PLEADS FOR HIS PART
Ysaterday 's Meeting of the
titnalists a Most Ex
citing One
Mr. Parnall WMto His Party UdM
Akia Hands, if Ha Must
fie nuide a
Ht'diiiond rwpllwl to Sexton
paaalonatf appeal to Uw member# t^ Pw*
before tbey depone5 from iU rijititful jwv*l
thin leader of thf lrl»h natloitlKt-» on®
who Iy hi* unparalleled *ervt.-*a, bwd
earnt^l th« gratitude of the lrUh| people
)t»Hlmond. continuing. *alri the factb of the
divorce e*i*« were fully known when !*ar
uell wan re-elected leader of tbe lrl#b party.
Thin naaertion w»« greeted with crioa of
••Xo. imi: OladaUMM 'a lotU*r wa* withheld."
ftedmoad Wtwt unaaovad by tbla Interruption
and w««nt on to any tbat notwithstanding
their prvloiis action w»s taken wltb tbe
full knowledge of 1'arweU'n i»o*Stlou, a "ac
tion of tbe porty. at tbe bidding of tfce
lll»fral»». now wante«l to MacrlAc*- tbefriaador
ud with him tbe national cyu*e,
\ft« UhIdioikI had HriMiad. Parnoll ad*
dre«Ml the mwilnif, ^ayiug in aulmtaaca:
The tlnif ba- »ru«- when I mu*t »pMk
Out agalnat tbe oppoaithxt within our party
which ba» Item cre«tel by UisdaMNto'M let
ter. The n»«4» wlwme ability b«~ txe® mMi
eon»pi-uooH|v eiHtrlMHl agaltiM m«. Mealy
and *r«UMt. will hav«- to lienr tbe rmp..nd
bllliy. Mealy baa baa* train*# la %bt* anr
^in"' jCTneifton W #Bm« iw»cfe|
gfiv. htm itIh ttrv hanc«. In i nti putiii- lif«
aixl n itim hi* -M at In imrliam
lag. eelmklng und rratralntag
llaaly i- here to-da to deaieoy
uxym.lt Mr. Healy reaatotd*
•rrricr*. He ba*n't
me of tbaai at any tftae.
H, ata titied that old Tioa. Tsaftc Hit it, in the
dav* gone by. What i* now to u»ld a»*»ut
liii- rtHjm-at for my tt-mporary retirement^
awxUMi. at a rwoent I«e«'tliig b»ru, told me I
ft.iititi r.estuinc the Ittadersblp and tbat ibe
leaders •ttv a 1th me. Tan minute*, afu
wardn be a*t4Mii*hed tt»« by auiying hi- ha*-
Moved I would rwjoct tbe leadership.''
Referring tl»* Ifawarden propi-sala.
Panic!I naId Uiad*ton«' t«»ld bint ium«
of tlH in were final. For me." aald 1'ar
nell. "it wa* u inesthn of drafting a bill.
It wa» a tjucstlon of weak Judgment oa
W»e part of an fcngliih politician. It w.i* a
|tifntion of dculing with a gnrrulotis old
gt-ntleaflh) who n»oiH»polt««d the con* er*a
thm and wltb wboot, *i everylx»dy wl»o
kwiWk him known, it ia dlSbrult to get In a
Word rdgewaya. Before you vote for my
depoaitlou be aon you are gwttlug value for
It. On Haturday wr w«re all agreed we
wiuld mil buvc thH a(ad*toee tiill. Not a
man here baa aald a word In favor of tt.
Ar« you aurt- you will bt» able to get any
thing batter? If Haaly. or Mcfarlhy. or
(taxton the way clear to get anything
better, for God's sake let Ihaiu aay it. 1
won't stand In their way. Oa Hatnrdny I
ntad«- UiU propoHltion to Met arihj let
Ohtdsumc llamnirt a ad Morley glvr him
it'liors (brt-iaritiK that lit th«- i- «*»it of tha
return of the llberaU lo powi-r. a bomu rule
bill would In- proposed by which ooatrol of
tbe coaalabnlary would lie* vewted In an
Irlab executive, wbo would be ia#pot»*lbhf
to an Irbih parliament, empowerad to
tie tbe land iju^thm. Mcf'urthy wt-nf U#
Gladstone with iheae proposal-, with my
awuraut-t- that, theae aiadl^ S
would ratlw- fmni public life. tlad»««ii»e
has replied that be will bold no communi
cation with me a* the lender of tbe party
MiH art It) interrupt in a)—Xo. no
Parnell He psrf«ctly weleome-, The
name proposition *ii» placed bafovr Har
court. who raplla* that under no clreuni
ataiictM will he give any promise whaterar.
now or bereaftor, to any lHah par| H»
niemher. Ilarooart will tta jro«r Mwiar ilia
t»tad»toue dlea.
•, v
1
E1NKH1AY,
ft
Laava li
li ftlfttoTi fs Baachad, tfttiougii
Opposition to Him Is Open
and Mmr*
'•I
ri-3*
Lomihin, Ihm- 2. —A ineetltig th«- IrI
iuciuImm of Ibe boU*e of common* t" C'»n
«lder what action tho ^irty should take ill1
regard to the leadership. wi» held at boo#
to-dav. Harnt'li the Sfat to arrive and
tiM.lc thf chair. Telegran.» fw»m tbe dele
gate^ In tbe United Htatet and ArrbWabo^
roke were read and an *dkurnnjO»t* *W
takwn for iunebeou. I'rior Ui the aae^tUa®
Farneli lt*itl a conference with bin
p»ru»r*, JiM*|»ii Nolan, Klntty. John K«l*i
mood, Wnilutii Hednt»»d, Kdwjr.l Ma rlnK
too, P«»wer. Hhlel and K«•
1 v t»r**»
ent. Tbe priM*«» dlng* w«»re of 11*«* «ior»iii«a*! i
character Pameir- rti)iaih»iuHra *tr»rt»
.bard to nerurv anotiuir adjournn»ent. «trt(lug
'that tbe niaetlng to decide tlo i^uaat .n of
th«' leadership tb«- lrl*h part «boui.l »**t
h«ld In lubiln Hextoii hotl v pf6te»l«a«'
HifatuMt the nduraQient. The n.*»!»» of
tbe party, be declared, denlred to k«ep the
i«aderHhip unwttlfled and uiiHtnlned. »ex
ton'* remark". w^r«* frwquently interrupted
ir«jJuiMJlo«H ctMNerlng from l'arafir» of*-1
ponentn. wbo o««prlM*i tbe majority of
tboae prt^tonl.
DFCKMKKR 3,1890.
»Suez for n.e to ank to *ee yon within »lgbt
of the ftrotobwd laud, or tbat I wlwmUl come
witit you. bae.'ng route far. uat II you are
ui'soiiitely «n of Ireland aJMl I can go I
further. 1
An entbtiolantif outburst of cbeerlng M*
lowtnl I'arneil 4 rrmnrks Mr«'erth f«d*
IoimhI. Il tohl bow lie went to Ul»d«t«i®f»
on !ttunli|« and tbat tilad*tt»»« told him h*
r« ^retted the dl^organuxt Ion of the Irlab
partx.but rouM not re«»rd him repee
*emlug the party, and therefore could aoi
tn-at wltb bita. He wo»»ld ofer no *ugg«»
Hon. nor w»uW be «lgu any document or
I- gi any mew-oiffe to h« conveyed to tlw
|m rty Hi- Informed McH 'artby berottld not
glvi- any document wltb any certainty tbat
It mlcrbt not tw printed by aotne of tboao
I'on.-frtied Harcourt l«dd blm. In view Of
Hi. manifesto, tbnt he would not give any
if ty aHuran-es whlrit ware to he hrotitffct
to the notice of f'arnell. A* to the general
Htion of ParnaH'H rattrlng. M- artbjr
»s•! I'arneU"* leading war bad be«n bl»
w i»ini{ private until mow tlw Hawardeu
i- vernation.
I'arneli —f aaa perfectly willing to admit
tin blame, but 1 am glad tbat 1 have told
im.* lie
fore full miw btcf haa been dottv.
The motion for the* retirement of Parmili
w:,i made by John Barry, who aided Ibe
:i i Kuac Butt 'In founding tlie hotiK' rule
'•.iifederation of Ureal Britain in 1*71
i Nolttn «ub«ilited an amendment to
tin nfffi't that tbe i|Uf«tloit of retirement
•vii. ulil l*. ptattpotted until the metaber•» ^wr
•».}.illy baortallied t»i»- v lews of their con
•t it 'iMtita, tbe party than to UMt In Ibtblle
ami d«*«*ide th- matter
tfuell rule«l out of otdwr kay tbference
is conduct In tbe O'lthea ca««e, and thl*
r. tigtit hiau Into freqUno? colU«bM wllib
rent apaaker*. «Npu«rlallj Healy. Wltb
n I'araall exchanged hot woftfa. He
M'iaywd greai |as«hHi throughout
I lually. after many *hort -.pe^-hm. ISu
|n ii putting the quoatJon t« Bd.«trn. de
Sfi,»'«d the aye* b*d it without asking fur
|n. lioea. llealy protnatnd, but 1'arnell de
r.. i "d the motion carried. H*aiy then
.n ed. amid great cheering, hat MH 'art hy
|i.k tb** chair. Paraell atli be barf not
ft the chair yet
Then put the quantbm."aald llaaly.
I'anteli- I'm not going to have my ruling
4li.illengeti by llealy.
fter a fWw reauwkf. Pam»M *«ai« pat
fl.. luewiloii, wbt»n tbo-a»Jurlty aeem»Hl In
i of (vxitinuitig Um debat*. and 1'arnell
m-l It mttiH not proceed, f^iveral
iar» declared It would be a physical
mental lmpoMalbllity to contlaue and
y comwmted ad»uru on the under
ting tbat tbe mooting abould tarmlnate
•trrow.
h't "ha any umi»r.tandinK with
aabl l»am«ll, wbertmpun Healy re
d, very hard to haie an under
ling with 1'arnell."
it II* rfexton act*^d »«4
i adjourn men at niMnlgMi
•to-Dny'" l'na*»^»«Uw®a,
tl
ga1
4i'
ita^l
nt, prompt
hlteV Tbat
iite i* due to
rut of hb
alow t« remiud
I aaderataud be
•Mended a recent twe^tfng In Hublin ealllag
on me not to rvilrv Who anked him t«» lb'
Wb. ^Hketi Mtjt'artb* to tru-v^l
to Puhlln and «uiy be wouhl l»e
able to give kiforniatUw which w.mld
throw a different complexion on hidden
t-\ cittr.' Wiii-rc wa* Sexton at tliia
aante uwx»tUi«V Wbaru wart you »|lt Why
Aid y ou entjourage me ui nuUalalu tbe
leadernblp In the face of tbe world If you
wet* not going to »iaad by n»e Wl»y did
my olhc«rK t»uc4iuntge mo to take »»y j«o«l
tl«»n on the bridge if tbey were going act
aa tralaora aad hand «ne ovwr to another
emnmandar-la-ebiefi' I did not ««dt them
for thr riificale of character given at tbe
lubUt meeting Oar puoitiou In awkward,
but the whole hiaine for tlw* tirealion of thia
position does not r»t with tne. A lead»*r
klilcr, Harry. Iia» iwen j:it up to «tal»
Half as bour was i»-ctEiiAd in taadlag
arants from Ireland and tbe TuUed
Hm« and th. i.i.uiif« sto MOtt t»y de|egat«i»
tn tbe VtiiM Tbe
rending of
eh«*nrtag. 4. K lly a«aerted It would
b«, thr li i*«-st ingratitude for the niitlvnal
l.ts, t« abandon l»af*-«#ll dimply baeauae a
a wot her of pollttelan* who «ought alllaiuv
with the Irlwh party for their own ad van
tage thought it to abandon the position
1'arnell l»» taken up and IturlgutKl to en
C(Miii»a»» tin- downfall of tt trusted l«-.-id«r of
the Irlwh uat hut.
Adjournod for luncheon.
The m«-iiilier« rcaa»eioMad at S#VUmIU
Parnell moved to adjourn to enable the
uattopalistK U take part tn tbc*Kiood read
ing of tbe land purchase bill. No "»tOiie
will ba left unturned to poatpone IndeB
nltely the dectalon of the party
af i'arnell'a retiremea*
ou tbe
€Ml Miner.' fftrttoa.
BtRMtxiMaw. Ala.. IVc. 2.—The strike of
tha coal miner* of Alabama went Inui efect
veaterday but all the utea did not go out aa
ejected. t»f i..WW free tnlnara In the Mate
It I* e*Hn»atad ».WK» are out. The only weu
aattonai feature of the xtrlke reported* was
brought alxut by the effort* of the Penney 1
vn»li«! Iron manufacturers who want to
rttm- i ihnt duwn of furiiwe*-*- ot IW* dta*
irtct It U claimed th«*e torn men hav*
promlatHi the miner* strong financial *up
port In this.event of a prolonged atHkn. a
itnn l-rt **t mlwe-ow nf i» ttr n"l«t to fill
tht'lr p'arc- with negr*M*«.
TtM Kajr««Maa Rank rdlaw.
fintf.AncTjaia. !ec -The mn a#
Koy»tone bank cuiillnuM to-day with una
bated vigor. All persona whuae demand*
»xci*«i 9hH) are paid iiwi in ca«h and given
I'ltmrltig houae due bUia for tbe tmlanc**. By
MB
sirranucmcttt with the charing housw
banka tboae doe Wlla are honorad at any
bank.
Toward 1 o'clock tha run neatnad to hare
haan broken, vary few dapoaltova call
lac
lk«lr aaouey at that time.
*yi'. 4A'"
TMC
t,
v
t'ondtm—Not oar leader.
I'amrll- It will aot be Morley. Van will
pot deny tbat tbta great man. Hareoairt.
w iios. chMiii you are going to put on your
i,nek*. ha» the reversion of the litn-ml
Jaaderablp. The *H»k4- man ha* declartwi
that hb» I i n I u home niSa are In ltauibar
lain\ «:heMie of i'«»l grv«»mment. If
I Hareourt ever coatr* tato power he will I
and 01*? y*» lo" government «ah plasty ff
roarctaa. know what Harcourt i|HJ Id
«ii|t Oladaume and Morlry will in. If
1 aw to leave^yoti to-altfht. I ahoali like to'
}t«%e yon In aeaurlty ft I* not an ttnfalf
'SHIAHKRS.**
A »«eol ar
fa K»«IUxi
a* -t WbM'b
It mmim
I
for
Harar aa»-b a pUce aa Knaeia
eoi'i ntrh ind mj*trr on*
pnaaaal- u tb« go e.nmental province
of I ||m haAe ot n dlM|uiet 1 for wm«
wuuilia by ajije-arait'of a new
nellgtou! net Altiiongh t. I'»1
*«t eo«-n with III* own -eye* an individual
number of kills ct. It* extraordinary
hav'*- «U«hI Mi»B a Ullage wltb
panic The "Shaver*" —or ".She#rern.
aa tbey are jiroperly called -carry on
tbetr M4t WtNTk at nifbt and In aacraL.
Tliu* IL. tubal'!mtii« of a Ullage diw-oy
er '-ari| III tb« tnornlnf that all their
lm« been p'ttelted of lltelr feato-
Tho
alt thair "•hcep e!«»*•!y "•»orn. and
b«r#«•* h?ve lad tbeir watui »«d
tail-, nt off. I b' bair, w.^1 and f»ath
tf tbua gnine.I ar made into a -«acrl*
iclai l»He Htn^b^raed in l'i «»l^«
on tbe road. In Ullage after village the
cry ba* be*flfal**, -The Ska vara hava
Tiit advent of tha ««#t*av*r*w araa
t)oit-
I
fairy »2f #Ci
tor*-
.'they *a. |%t*!tfHMy»r»iMa «f a
(OMt-t u» «h ltca\"*%a. The
|i' ^»atit*» ar*» i er-uad«d that
»sh«vir*" a'c lw*pired by an evil »|^rlt
a»d Uuit their *ib i ,in ataklnf tbcM
buri ed -a rill- K that the asbe* blown
b\ th *»»d way a atict the aar4*
af ti«r plague tftfoui the **ttt»ntr
Cm* Jte»par»»||#nMa».
Upwwi* -1 *m by pai*nt tha4 W-a
in a cat dnriw, How hi* ^itlcnM
have aoiBc ibow
Mr« |lr»wn "flow 1« thai. w*f dear?"
Brmrr.— "H« cau*e the1 luiva alae
Uvea." M»in»ey'* Wttkly,
$r
111 *-L
DR. GREER'S STATEIFJT.
A Collision Between the Gov
ernment and Weifc
ern Union.
An AUaak Suppoaad ta Ba iaepM
by fostinastar-uanoml
Waoamakar.
A
Tha
Gmftfffons Undar Which the
Company Aaquirad ita Orer-
iaad
Wirm
\».w Vokk, Imm- There ts another *ol
llhlon leiween the administration and tbe
Western Union Telegraph company. Multa
have lieen inatltutcd In the name of the
government to remove the Weaterti I'nlon
from th#' sulwidlxeii trauMcontinaiital rail
roads The attack 1M »upp«*d to have
lieen limplml tiy INmtmaafee-i^.neral Wana
maker, between wfa.iai and tbe telegraph
compeiiy relation'* have kmg Immiu atralned.
I»r Norvln Uraeu, the prtMidmit of tbe
Wetttrn I'nfon, to-day explained tbe itm
ditloUM under which tbe company acquired
aad operated ItM overland aire* -Titer*. I*
a popular iui«uudr»t*{»ding of what Is in*
vol v isl he hi id, "and u general uiPmnmi
eeptlon of the facts in tb«' r*tc We m- on
thf I'aclflr railroad* with our owu Unas of
lelegritph entirely Mepar^te and dUtlnct
from thM*' of the railroad H»tupany. i tcvpt
as to the Nortbarn Pacllc. where tbe rail*
road company owns a one-third Interest in
oar lines and pays out-third the co«i uf
malntmtiacti.
"In tha aet of Mat, taaorporatlai and
glr ng ,*emm«rt aid for the mtHlructhm
of the I'nlon and tbe Centra! Pacttlc rail
road*. the nineteenth aeCtlou provided for
the construction of line* by throe tele
graph nnuiMDlw and tbe *uha«queai trans
fer. upon *ompietlon of the road, of tbe
line to the railway company, provided tha
teh grtipb c«mpaitie« agrettd to thin plan.
Now. no arrraiigeinniit wi made until
after tbe nahl railroad companies had con
structed their own tinea of telegraph, and
tb*- telegraph cnmpanb*. wblab have all
alnce boen abmirlied by the Western CnlOtt
company, availing of their rights under Ibe
act. hud reioovwd. re«M«nalntcted and re-e*i~
atahllihed their Una* on and along aald
railroad-i. exc«pt aa to tbe Kamai Pacific,
where tlw- urrangemunt wan math- prevl
oualy. and the line -ou«tru-ted by the tela
graph company »n fnst at the railroad waa
built.
"Arrangement* with the Union Pacific
aad the Central PaeMe were wWqiiwrtly
made »ulstantlally a« autliorlaad. The
demand* of the train service uvw tbe wire*
have grown to be so e»r»mMais that tbe wire
fa tittle* of the railroad companies are
ararcely mora than equal to their own oeecm
wlr»» were nnRtetrd With tele*rapit com
panies in opp»ltloii to the V.Miprn t'nbtn
company, it imjoi*altte for horn to af
ford as prompt service a*the He«i»rtt i nto
afforded to the public Hut what tbe oppo
sition telegraph t-otnpauiei* really want, and
what certain politician* have been trying to
oecure for them. 1* a right to run compe
tition with ikUoo«*pa»y ot«r«M*r•»n wInn,
lo tbe enforewwwt of which we aortottaly
object
•ff •Mi contract* with the* ritllrowd
oouipanief. •book! !e held to bn illegal, the
only damage it would du to ibbt company
would be to .Mutpel us to utaintain a lot of
way statkm* with our own operator* and at
an e«|M-t jc *oruewhat gn-atei than tbe per
centage of tolla we now pay tha railroad
txtrnpunie* for o|»*ratitig them for u». No
anoce*ful competition in tranaratttlaantal
meMaage* ctula be eatabl!*hed ovor the »Ira
facilities uulo*x they ahouid lie greatly en
larfed. Mat 1 lietlav# oar aonlraela mUi br
autlntalaad."
MADE DESTITUTE BY FLOODS,
Utarvtn* CMnana Threaten tm Mxitaor*
*m*t Matt ttwrvpaaa Re*ldeut«.
London. I»ec 2. Ad vice* froiti Ton-Tain,
by way tf V aldlvontock, *tat«- that a vaal
port Ion of tbe pipulm ha_d bt*'» M»ndered
dentltute by tbe recet.t Hood*. Tbe people
are desperate in consequence of lack of
food and nbelter and threaten to maaeacra
and plunder Europt.au resident* and march
to Pekiu to demand relief. Four tihlnem
war ttblpa and one Freuch.and one American
man-of-war are at Pekln and bava taken
for tbe protection «f Eurtipeeaa.
A UM Ttrntn Kakinr.
N'r.w tat.gAi«H. IbM*. I.- Thf Tim^-ltema
rrml* Tyler. Tex., apeclal re porta the rob
bery of p«**«nger* oa a mixed tram ou th
CJoMon Belt road to-night batwaan Big
Handy and Winona by a lone highway man
He uneotiplnd tbe pa»aenger concii from tbe
train and before tbe trainmen had n ad
tbe dUoivery the mbber had unlcreu th«
phanenders 4«t bold up their hand*, while he
pointed a big Mix-ahooter at each a* he de
manded i.tonay J. t". Oerbart. a ewlag
machine man fromvTyler. wa* *hot throhfth
the breaat by the robber and will probably
dl«i In the scuffle with tierhart tbe robber
•red Sr« ahota. Ha than turnnd aad rai
away. ..
rhtaamaa tn Ma
Ta (ima. Wu*h.. I»ec. S.- The anb-oon
graaaloaal -.miiiitte« on iuimlgrHttoa and
uaturuil'ation. of which Senator Squirt. of
Wa*hiagtoo. ia chairman, arrived Fridny
night and held a meeting, at which the
mayor and oit' lal* of Uie chamber of oom
merce, labor orguniratlon* and buainaan
clltaeo* were evanitnwt lu relation to t'hl
nfae lianiigration All were niaalntiiu Dor
the excl«sku of t*hln«we It w*a alao tlM
geaaral lmpr««.*lon tbat tbere wax no laak
of employment here for ail who would labor.
i fiaww MM# Prow* In R.wra»r.
Lo.xtK.x. H«t*. f.- -de v ere frath and auow
ara reported oa tae ahore* of tha Medltar
raaean —womathlag unknown for twenty
rear*. Very *evere *now *tom»a are ra
in (palu. and the P*reit#«a are im
ble The Uernian rlvera are full of
da'agerou* drift Ice Klght pwaw* ware
drowned at Aannen. The damage at
KlhwraeMI Barmen »nd Hoaaa N 1M|IN
a»#rkw.
A MapaMlean Cawena.
faiuiiMmx, f»»- t. After
adjourned a caacu* of republic**
W«t» railed to con-ld. i the order
PaitatlihM
la
faatar* in t#
thl- morning,
a taxhuaai.
ParnaU and hi* aup
tkrtd a conference
W3J®
TOO SWIFT FOR JAKE.
MtlMwr«t Wtaard Ma** a Woadarfil
UIIM nt At. Lwoia.
S«ar Yonk. lec. Vibaeffer aad
Jaka MIomoi last night played a billiard
maurb. fourtern-inch balk line. NM points,
fi» the cbamphnnkhlp of the world th«
cbamplonablp cup and ai.Wfl wide. S-haef
fer won, making tbe aa« point* when Slr«s*oo
had only snxmsl tn the seventh innintC
Hchaetfer made a run of HT pointn. amid
great applauae. Sloa*«»n wa* evidently
little nettled by thl*. butauccweti««l lu mak
ing I" lie
fore lie at^tpptMl. .*»cli»eff«»r made
tn the eighth iniiini and tthamon They
then went on without any large runs until
the aeventeentb innlux. when Jaka, by
beautifully playing, scored 7U polnta. The
s'-ore then stood. bubaaffer. Sil bloa
win, l#l
In the nlnautonth laalas achaafar n*a a
wonderful dlaplay. Oettlng the Ivories on
the Hue he played them tiack and forth as
Ifoa a wire. He reached and panted the
100 mark aafely, and atlll kept on geutly
ticking the Ivorle*. Tbe audience ml
tireathlcMAiy walling, and fh'haefer Hualiy
stoptMsl after tuaklng It* polati Mloaaon
looked feveri*h. and be ini«ii«d an aaay a
hot
after making lu point*.
From th,* time on tbe wl«»rd'» »xcellriit
playing **em* to have rattind nIomuii badly
At the end of tbe twenty second inning the
score tttood: Kehaafwr. 4a^t IImsuh. *33
The betting wa* thrre and (wr to' one
agaln*t X|o**ou In the twenty-fourth
Jake icorwl "8 more p»dn»s whiii Mvn+ku
made 4. In tha twenty -seventh Hcbaefer
hid ST and .Xlonaoa Tbe -•core at the
mid of the twenty-ninth waa: Mchaefet
Mil. ()o*aou. :iXI In tbe thirty-a«c»nd
H. haefer gave another great exhibition of
nnrsiuK and rolled *t point*. Mloaaoit
t«et*iued to play hard, and yet *otne of hl
error* would ba*N» fhamed an amateur. Af
ter the thirty-*ec««Hl, however, he did bat
ter than .lake, hut was uto late, lie made
two ruu* at *o and one at 31, but in the
forty-fir*t Inning Hchaefer ran out the
eighth hundred, leaving gk«*oa at «db. Tha
averagaa arm Dehaefwr. 1* 31 41
U sa-41.
SPANISH SWINDLERS.
Attempt to Mnhe a laai fiaai
AairrtenM.
Komi, Ihr. ^oate tntpecuaaou*
Hpantards bate evidently planned to re- .«
co»m: tneir broken fortune* at the expense bK
of wealthy American manafactwrur*. Ar
tbur P. f'uniting, th** Mexican »*asul In thl*
city, and t'uvetano I'uix, secretary of the
bpaniah mtiMulMtt', hav* diacovwretl u plot
which would indicate *ucb a atate of tblnffa.
A short time ago T. Paffe, tve**urer of
Uie Page Itelting company at t'onoird, N
H., rtH-olved a latter front Hapivin. Mpain.
atatlng that he ^ad bean ap
pointed guardian over a beautiful
Spanii.il girl, who waa hair to aMu.tfOG, and
for hi* trouble he waa to receive »om«thiug
like avao.oao. There were certnin debt* and
fine* to i*i paid which amounte^l to tome
thing like tiS.iau, and on wt ipt of a
o a n e s a e o v e o a e
It turnn out tbnt Alfred t. «j. treaaarar
of the Atlantic work* of this city, baa re
ceived an aiiu*t verbatim letter, with the
excepthHI that the belr«*w twar* another
natiH'. i*«Hite bpanlah rrook*. It *aem*. have
gotten hoM of an AmcHean manufactory
dlrtM-tory and ntv ayatematlcallv working
tlMeawantry.
WAintlKUTOg. IkfH*. 2 —The
Ktiitement of the public debt for
of November wa* hauted
depart nitwit U'-dny
AKgr.^tat«o( tiUerent tearing da ht
exrl\l»lv» of Tntteil ftUtMMMMh
issutii to l*arin.- raiboad* ....
Debt uti wittfii tnteraat ha* -sanaeU
in«^- maturity
Ajfgwgate of debt l» -artu* Oo tn
ti-rest liiciii'lln^ n.itional hank
(uml deiioaiV-d in tr«a«\»rv titater
(h.- ,».'t July I i, t*V
Att^regate .iUM onset l»y
i»*it treasury
Aggregate of rtetg.. inciodtMl oar
iJltiriitcH and note* oa Nar. SBt,
i*tt
D#cr*a*e of boadad a*ha durtac
the month. ..
T"t*l ash tn tneaaary -i
Bebt, ie»« -a««h tat the treaaury
Nov. ..
Dfi.t -a»h In the treaaury on
tk-VSI, UW
Met tnrreawe of debt dSHMLJte
month
1
1
tt
J,t
folkiwlux
the month
by the treasury
ni.irt.im
atkjawau
«ffjnki»t
AUtenea atwah Varrta*
Nai|tii.i,e. Tenn IK. 3 Tha NhMR'
alllanre ha* nn«b-rVaketi to eatnhtlah a eo
operatlve*wtork yard* at Naah* lile, and a
charter ha» lm-u regist»rel. ^"he purpose
af tbe enterpriae Is U» create a grwater
aomiietltIon for cattle and hog. It U a*
pectel that it* supporter* will be confined
to middle TennoNMw and MMtthern Ken
tucky the main source of Muppiy for the
Nw*hvllU' *to. W varda. A un»a** among
th* lodgum of the alllanee, or more pruparly
*|M-aktng, the Farmera' anion. In the aae
thins mentloni'd will lie made. An option
ha* bean aacured ou a l*-atlo»i The piottey
put into tbe fMriabllahiuent will be regulatad
"T" kiiliimfi nr 1' of aubecrip§l»a* Mhk* aapaa
l"h
M* Waa Ora^y.
Fopt Wobtu. Tax.. Iee. }.—Some tlprae
month* ago a man giving the aaaMt of La
volaier. and engaged In thr tnlntntrr at the
White aettlement not far frtwi I'ort Worth,
waa arretted cbani)d with tha theft of §t£
and plaecd in the county jail. He did not
deny the charge aud »aid he x»uld have
atoh-n much more, but SS^ waa all he wanted
After hi* arrest he developed »ympt..iaa of
insanity and his ca*e wa* not pu*hed to
trial It wa* learned that hi* right name
ii. Arthur Plttman. Hk» hrriiher-la-iaw «raa
in the city to-day from MUalaalppi and aa
cured hi* relaaae.
SFARK9 FROIH TUB WIRES
M. Lav*. labor candidate, ha*
alartad Co wlinrfiad tha bite M. JoffHa a*
member of tbe Frenrh ehwmhar of depot in*
•or ('Hgnanciwart.
Tug tivrtuan wilntahrr ©f ctunnterre wtll
call a «*»nferrnce u naaet In Berlin lu Ua
win her t«. coo«lder th« exp»dUmcy of lahnr
national legialation lor the pnHm'thia «f
workingmen
In au alter.-atloa at JMtnM. Mi*a., A,
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